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Xasuuqihii reer Koongo wax ka baro sooyaalka gumaystayaasha Afrika hore iyo kuwa maanta

Khamiis 23-Nofeembar-2017 : JORSOMNED: Waxaa hubaal ah bulshadaan sooyaalkeeda wax ka ogaan waxay u badantahay in khaladkii dhacay ay dib ugu dhacaan.  Xaqiiqda maanta waa sooyaalka berito jiilka nool waxay ka dhaxlaan waalidoontood sooyaalka si ay wax uga bartaan sooyaalka.

Leopold II wuxuu ku dhashay magaalo madaxda wadanka Beljamka ee  Burukselis sannadkii 9-Abriil- 1835.  wuxuu ka dhashay reer boqortooyada Beljam ah,  wuxuuna  noqday  boqorkii labaad ee dhaxal ahaan ku helay booska  boqortooyada Beljam.  wuxuuna boqor ahaa intii u dhaxaysay 1865 illaa 1909.

Leopold 2 wuxuu ka soo jeedaa abtirsiyo ahaan reerka  la yiraa  [The House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha].  Waa  abtirsiiyo ay ka soo jeedaan dhamaan boqortooyinka Yurub intooda badan.

Abtirsiiyahaan waa mid abtirsi ahaan Jarmal ah. laakiin boqortooyinka Yurub oo dhan iyagoo Jarmal ku abtirsada hadana waxay xukumaan wadamo aan Jarmal asal ahaan ka soo jeedin oo ay xoog iyo xeelad ku heystaan.

Nowadays in Europe there are 10 monarchies:

  1. Belgium,
  2. Denmark,
  3. Liechtenstein,
  4. Luxembourg,
  5. Monaco,
  6. Netherlands (Holland),
  7. Norway,
  8. Spain,
  9. Sweden
  10. UnitedKingdom (aka Great Britain).

Waa mid mudan in dadka ku hadla afka Soomaaliga ay wax ku ogaadaan xaalka siyaasadeed iyo midka bulshadeed ee Yurub ka taagan. Waxaa la sheegaa in dimoqraadiyo wax lagu doorto shicibkana ay doorasho wax ku doortaan maadaama boqorada iyo boqortooyada Yurub ay ku haystaan xukunkooda mid dhalyo ah ama dhaxal oo cidna aysan dooran, halka adduunyada kale loogu sheekeeyo in ay dimoqraadiyada u hogaansamaan.

Wadanka Ingiriiska oo lagu xukumo dastuur boqortooyo cid ka sareysana aysan jirin boqortooyada. Reerka boqortooyada waxay ka soo jeedaan [Saxe-Coburg iyo Gotha] oo asal ahaan Jarmal ku abtirsada. aqalo  Boqortooyada Ingiriiska waxay magaca [Saxe-Coburg iyo Gotha]u badaleen dagaalkii dhamaadkii dagaalki 1 aad  [1914-1918]  ee adduunka ka hor intuusan dhamaan sanno ka hor House of Windsor sannadkii 1917  iyagoo ka cabsi qabay in lagu kaco maadaama magaca [Saxe-Coburg iyo Gotha] Jarmal ahaa.

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Local Dutch political parties trying for expatriate vote, but not in Rotterdam

Thursday, March 1, 2018: SJIN: With just three weeks to go before the local council elections, political parties are gearing up to target the tens of thousands of expat voters who are eligible to vote on March 21. In Maastricht, Eindhoven, The Hague and Delft, events are being organised where expat voters can question potential councillors, and dozens of local parties are publishing election information in English.

contacted the campaign and local party leaders representing the main parties in the 10 cities with the biggest potential pool of foreign voters. In Amsterdam, for example, nearly 89,000 EU nationals and other foreigners can vote in the March 21 election. That is the equivalent of six seats on the city council. In The Hague, 57,000 foreign nationals can vote, which would translate into seven out of 45 seats.

 

‘We’ve had a pretty good response from most places but nothing at all from Rotterdam,’ says DutchNews.nl researcher George van der Raaij. ‘That is very odd considering 46,000 foreigners have the right to vote on March 21 – that’s equivalent to around four seats on the city council.’ D66 is the most active party so far in trying to attract expat votes, followed by GroenLinks, the PvdA and SP . No-one from Denk, which is campaigning on an inclusivity ticket, has responded for information. Nor has the anti-Islam PVV. Flyers In Maastricht, where foreign voters account for over 12% of the electorate, the city council has drafted its own letter in English which is being sent to foreign voters along with their ballot paper.

The local branch of the PvdA has also printed a poster warning expat voters not to throw their ballot paper away. In Amsterdam, new party BIJ1, founded by television presenter Sylvana Simons, plans to take part in several panel discussions in other languages. ‘Equality and economic justice are a message that translates well into other languages,’ campaign manager Chihiro Geuzebroek said. GroenLinks in the capital is also actively pursuing the expat vote. ‘We’ve an English language page on our website, we’ve got badges with the tekst “I will vote” and we are organising a meeting,’ a spokesman said.

 

Podcast In The Hague, local lobby group The Hague International Network, is organising a debate at city hall on March 15 featuring local politicians. Local radio station DutchBuzz has a podcast featuring representatives from several parties in debate. ‘It is very important that the international community participate in our local democracy and make a step towards the real inclusion of all citizens in The Hague,’ says Andrew van Esch, a candidate in the city for D66. Foreign candidates In Delft, D66, GroenLinks and the PVDA are all publishing information in English, and seven of the top 15 GroenLinks candidates are foreign nationals. ‘Many of our candidates have strong links to the international community,’ said David Rijks, who is leading the VVD campaign in The Hague. ‘They may have foreign roots or have worked or studied abroad.’ In Utrecht, where the vote is expected to be a close fight between D66 and GroenLinks, both parties have an eye on the foreign vote. ‘There is a large group of internationals in Utrecht and they have the right to vote, like everyone in Utrecht,’ said Caspar Lombaers, a D66 candidate. ‘But more importantly, they are residents of Utrecht and we hope to get them talking about the future of the city, by voting.’ Website DutchNews.nl is launching a special website section featuring news and information for the local elections on Thursday. In particular, the website includes a special focus on the 10 Dutch cities with the biggest international communities where local elections are taking place.

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